As seen by Android Police, Google has started generally revealing the web version of its Google Duo video talk service. The duo is as of now accessible on Android, iOS, and Chromebooks, however extended help for the web will make it easier for users of the service to chat with friends and family members on many different devices.
To get started with Duo on the web, simply head to https://duo.google.com. If you’ve already got a Duo account and are signed in, you’ll see a search box with a list of your Duo-using contacts beneath it.
Duo’s web client worked in Chrome (no surprise there), Safari, and Firefox in my tests — however, Microsoft’s Edge browser on Windows isn’t supported. You can put both video and voice calls with it — yet the individual on the other end must be registered with Duo to receive a call.
Google’s video chat service has outlasted the Allo messaging application that appeared nearby it and proven more famous. OnePlus just as of late declared that it will deeply integrate Duo as the favored video chat platform on its phones. As for Allo, Google confirmed yesterday that it will bring Google Assistant to Android Messages ahead of Allo’s shutdown.
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